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Obit: Scott Vincent Wiesenberg

Fri, Mar 11th 2016 11:35 am

Nov. 3, 1942 - March 7, 2016

Scott Vincent Wiesenberg, 73, of Henrietta, formerly of Grand Island, passed away Monday, March 7, 2016, at age 73, from aggressive cancer complications.

Born Nov. 3, 1942, to Vincent and Adeline Wiesenberg in Appleton, Wisconsin, Scott spent a portion of his adult life living on Grand Island, and over 40 years in Henrietta. He was employed for 30 years by Syracuse Supply Co., followed by approximately 10 years at O'Connell Electric. He was a volunteer for the local Henrietta nonprofit organization, FISH/RHAFT Inc.

Children were always dear to his heart and he loved interactions with them, including his own children, and this love extended greatly to his grandchildren.

Scott enjoyed boating, bowling, fishing, camping, music, kids' sports, the Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills.

A special thank you to Dr. Cahn-Hildalgo, Dr. Fung and staff at Wilmot Cancer Center, and Dr. Herman and staff at Leo Center for Caring.

He was predeceased by his parents and brother-in-law, Thomas Mischler. He is survived by wife: Marcia (Metzger) Wiesenberg; two sons: Paul S. (Suzanne) Wiesenberg of West Grove, Pennsylvania, and Eric V. (Kimberly) Wiesenberg of Henrietta; four grandchildren: Ryan and Kyle of West Grove and Kieran and Abigail of Henrietta; mother of his children: Patricia (McNulty) Yensan (Alfred) of Peoria, Arizona; sister: Mary Mischler of Combined Locks, Wisconsin; sister-in-law: Jean Metzger of Northwood, Ohio; brother-in-law: Steven Gemane of Stanwood, Washington, and furry canine friends, Meeya and Diamond.

Calling hours will be Saturday, March 12, at Miller Funeral and Cremation Services, Inc., 3325 Winton Road South, Rochester, from 3-6 p.m.

Private interment service will be held at White Haven Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Leo Center for Caring, 1500 Portland Ave., Rochester, NY  14621, or The Center for Youth, 905 Monroe Ave., Rochester, NY 14620.

Scott will be loved and cherished forever.

Scott Vincent Wiesenberg 

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